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Southern Star Buried Hatchet Stout – Runner-up for best of show honors at Canfest 2014, this thick, rich stout has a chocolate/espresso aroma and taste (and maybe a hint of licorice), with a heavy emphasis on malt.
The nose is mostly toffee and pepper, so there’s no surprise when there’s a lot of licorice and cinnamon on the taste as more rye comes through than anything else.
According to the Heritage Oak guide, the chardonnay tastes like pineapple, the Zinfandel tastes like jam, the malbec tastes like plums and the charbono tastes like licorice and blueberries.
Black licorice comes a close second for the first time in over a decade.
The body oozes: thick urine, yellow shading into crimson along the foggy licorice-rope of a catheter.
The licorice flavor of the French pastis permeates the sauce along with garlic, leeks and herbs.
This hybrid scone-soda bread has a dense, cake-like texture and unpleasant licorice aftertaste from a heavy hand of caraway seeds.
Make Faucets: Cut 4 licorice candies crosswise in half.
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Origin and Etymology of licorice
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Definition of licorice for English Language Learners
: a candy made from the dried root of a European plant
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